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The second program year is marked by the onset of the Teen PEP sexual health class that meets daily throughout the school year.
Peer educators are enrolled in the Teen PEP course which is team-taught by faculty advisors.
Faculty advisors complete a comprehensive training program prior to assignment to teaching the Teen PEP sexual health class; and utilize only materials, curricula and workshops that are part of the Teen PEP curriculum.
Peer Educator Team Each school selects a diverse group of students, in the spring of their sophomore or junior year.
Peer educators are trained to conduct at least five outreach workshops annually, and one Family Night sexual health education session for parents.
The students who enroll in the Teen PEP course become a cohesive team of trained peer educators who are knowledgeable, effective and capable sexual health advocates and role models.
A minimum of two faculty at each Teen PEP school attend two three-day residential training sessions in their first year and two one-day advanced training workshop annually.
Faculty advisor training is key to equip advisors with the skills needed to manage a successful Teen PEP program.
Return to Top The Teen PEP program model Schools joining the Teen PEP network make a minimum commitment of two years.
During the first program year, also known as the planning year, the collaborating organizations (Princeton Center for Leadership Training and Hi TOPS, Inc.) work closely with new schools to help them build the necessary infrastructure to support and sustain program implementation for years to come.